I braved the first snow fall to venture out to David Zwirner to see the Yayoi Kusama installation. Even with the blizzard swirling outside there was a huge crowd, but I must say the snow and the wait were well worth it. The infinity rooms are beautiful and other worldly it's the kind of work that stays with you and I've been dreaming about it ever since.
I've been selected for a group show at Fourth Wall Project in boston. The exhibition highlights cell phone cameras as a widely used medium and seeks to show how far people push it. This concept is right up my alley and I'm so honored to be a part of the project.
Boston folks check it out!
Opening reception is
The show will run through
Fourth Wall Project is located in Boston's Fenway area on 132 Brookline Ave.
For a full list of featured artists: http://fourthwallproject.com/flog/2013/11/22/call-for-work/
As cheesy as it may be I have to credit apple somewhat for my growing interest into photography. I always incorporated photography as a reference tool for my work in other mediums, printmaking in particular, but it is only recently that I've started to approach a photograph as a means to an end. With the camera availability that Iphone presented (and all the editing apps), I began to treat it like a visual post-it note. I started snapping all kinds of things that caught my eye to reference later for projects i had in mind and it enabled me to tease out themes that surround my work with warped speed. Anyway, here are a few shots that i took from where i spiraled out and here represents some themes that I'm still teasing away at. These all have to do with capturing water and air elements that forever capture my imagination.